Andrew Tye charged with CA Code of Conduct breach
November 28, 2017
Cricket Australia (CA) advises that Western Australia’s Andrew Tye has been charged for breaching the CA Code of Conduct on 21 November 2017 in his side’s Toyota Futures League match against New South Wales Metro at Blacktown International Sports Park.
Tye was reported for breaching CA’s Code of Conduct Article 2.1.3 – showing dissent at an umpire’s decision during a match – a Level 1 offence.
The offence occurred during New South Wales Metro’s first innings, when a batsman was given not out.
As per the CA Code of Conduct procedure, Match Referee Ian Thomas considered the umpires’ report, and proposed a sanction of a reprimand.
Tye admitted the offence and accepted the sanction, no hearing was required.